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|Lombard House Hotel provides Bed and Breakfast in Penzance Cornwall with most rooms providing a sea view across Penzance's Promenade and Mounts Bay.|
|A national treasure not to be missed - ancient, romantic and breathtakingly beautiful. Follow in the steps of pilgrims, mariners, even giants to discover the legends and the real stories of the Mount. Part Benedictine priory, part embattled castle and still the home of the St Aubyn family. Walk the causeway at low water, or take a ferry when the tide comes in, either way it's an adventure. Harbour village features shops,cafe and the Sail Loft Restauraunt.|
|Marazion Beach situated in the lee of
the majestic St Michael’s Mount, Marazion Beach is home to a vast
expanse of golden sand that stretches out in a huge crescent from
the small fishing village of Marazion to the busy harbour town of
With miles of wide-open water and pristine beaches, the area is popular with a wide range of beach users that includes; windsurfers, jet skiers, surfers and swimmers alike.
|Botallack Tin Mine From the Coastal
Footpath which winds it's way along the whole coastline of Cornwall,
can be seen some of the most famous of all industrial relics in the
whole of the duchy.
Splendid views of such famous mines as Geevor, Levant, Wheal Owles, Boswedden, Balleswidden and, of course Botallack can be viewed from almost every curve
|Many a visitor arrives at the Minack
Theatre imagining it was built by invading Romans. If
Caesar's legions had come this far they might have been beguiled by
the beauty of the place, but the truth is as remarkable as this
enduring fiction. From 1931 until she died in 1983 the Minack
Theatre was planned, built and financed by one determined woman -
"Minack" in Cornish means a rocky place and the black headed crag below the theatre has always drawn local fishermen, Until the 1930’s they had this gorse filled gully to themselves and the cliffs echoed to the cries of gulls not actors.
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